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communicate with the suspect and there's no reason to believe that the child has been harmed. >> reporter: michael is a pastor who ministered to children who were on the bus. >> they said they saw him, mr. dike stepped on the bus and demanded a few children. >> reporter: the bus driver refused and he was shot to death. police any groeshnegotiators have been talking with him through a pvc pipe and they've been able to deliver food and medicine to the boy who has special needs. >> we know he's crying for his mother and his grandparents. why they won't release the young boy to his family i don't understand. >> reporter: neighbors have their own stories about dikes. ronda wilbur said he killed her
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dog for wandering onto her property. >> he took a lead pipe and he beat the dog until he thought that the dog was dead. >> reporter: police here are working toward a peaceful conclusion, but it could take time. they say dikes has been known to stay inside the shelter for as long as eight days at a time. marlie hall for cbs news, midland city, alabama. an alaska arlines jet was forced to make an emergency landing when the pilot lost conscious necessary. flight 473 was en route from los angeles to seattle last night. it was over oregon when the pilot passed out. the jet was diverted safely why the doctor treated the pilot. the co-pilot landed the plane safely. there were 115 passengers and five crew members onboard the boeing 737. and through the night rescue crews in mexico city have been searching for people who were trapped by an explosion. at least 75 people -- or rather 25 people were killed by
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yesterday's afternoon blast in the basement of a downtown tower. more than a hundred others were injured. the cause is unknown but one possibility is a building's gas boiler. in central china today a truck carrying fireworks exploded. the explosion destroyed parts of an elevated highway. at least five people were killed, eight hospitalized. cars and trucks fell about a hundred feet to the ground. the cause of the explosion is under investigation. and now to the economy. the labor department releases january's employment report this morning. the economy remains sluggish challenged by a steep decline in defense spending and the impact of higher social security taxes. susan mcginnis is in washington this morning. susan, good morning. >> anne-marie, good morning. yeah, we have an economy that's still struggling despite some positive signs like higher consumer spending, higher business investment. the job market is similar. we expect sluggish growth in today's report. of course, any surprises there
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could jolt the market. wall street is eagerly awaiting the government's january jobs report. analysts predict the country added jobs last month but not enough to buck the unemployment rate from its current 7.8%. >> it's been a slow process. >> latoya patrick is one of america's estimated 12 million unemployed workers. she's been looking for a job since the fall after graduating with a master's degree. >> i'm not going to lie. it's been really tough sometimes. when you're home, you feel like you feel like you know i spent all this time going to school and it's like nobody's giving you a chance. >> economists say until more people like latoya find jobs the economy will continue to suffer. the government announced wednesday the economy shrank last quarter for the first time in three years. one day after that dismal gdp report, the president disbanded his jobs council, ceos who find charged with ways to create
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jobs. that gave republicans here on capitol hill new ways to criticize him. speaker john boehner said in a statement the president treated his jobs council more like a nuisance than a vehicle to spur job creation. >> we hear these ridiculous criticisms about this. they come from people on capitol hill who have consistently opposed every growth initiative and job creation initiative the president's put forward. >> the white house says the group was only intended the last two years. now that jobs council met four times in its first year, zero times in its second year. in its place the white house says it's going to now work more with business groups and other groups to try to boost the economy, fix the debt, and fix immigration. anne-marie? >> all right. susan mcginnis in washington. thank you. president obama says he'll sign a measure raising the nation's debt limit. the bill was signed yesterday.
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it will allow the treasury to borrow above the $16.4 trillion limit through may 18th. without the measure the government would have defaulted on its obligation. also on capitol hill a tough go for president obama's nominee for secretary of defense. former republican senator chuck hagel got hammered by fellow republicans during his confirmation hearing. he is still expected to be confirmed, but the white house conceived hagel's appearance could have been stronger. danielle nottingham has this report. >> yes or no. >> reporter: senator john mccain grilled chuck hagel, president obama's defense secretary nominee about his opposition to the troop surge in iraq. >> and your refusal to answer whether you were right or wrong about it is going to have an impact on my judgment as to whether to vote for your confirmation or not. >> reporter: some republicans have said they won't support hagel. he tried to address their concerns. >> i'm on the record many times in speeches and on the floor of the senate and in the book i wrote in 2008 saying iran is a state sponsor of terrorism. >> reporter: hagel served as
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a senator from nebraska for 12 years. during that time he made controversial remarks about israel that are still under scrutiny. >> give me an example where we've been intimidated by the israeli jewish loib to do something dumb regarding israel or somewhere else? >> i can't give you any example. >> thank you. do you agree you shouldn't have said something like is that? >> yes, i do. >> reporter: if confirmed he'll be the first vietnam vet to lead the pentagon. >> i saw from the bottom. i see what happens. i saw the consequences and suffering and horror of war. >> reporter: former chairman of the senate armed services committee sam nunn strongly supports hagel's nomination. >> he comes from the republican side, but he's got a lot of admirers of the democratic side. he knows defense. he's a war hero. >> reporter: if confirmed, hagel will be the only republican in president obama's cabinet.
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at least tee at least three people are dead including two children in a massive traffic pileup on interstate 75 in detroit on thursday. about 30 vehicles were involved. at least 13 people were injured. police said blinding snow squalls, high winds, and a slick road contributed to the mile-long crash. in indiana, ten people were injured in a pileup west of indianapolis on thursday. 35 cars and trucks were involved in this crash. police say a snow squall reduced visibility and caused problems slick roads. on "cbs moneywatch," and a beer merger might get blocked. ashley morrison is here in new york with more. good morning, ashley. >> good morning anne-marie.
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asian markets were mostly higher despite manufacturing data from china that that fell short of expectations. tokyo's nikkei added half a percent in its longest winning weekly streak in 54 years while hong kong's hang seng was flat. despite a strong start to 2013, on wall street stocks sagged on thursday. the dow jones industrial average average closed down 49 points while the nasdaq was off a fraction. the annual spring surge in gasoline prices is getting an early start. the price at the pump rose 13 cents over the past two weeks. a gallon of regular averages $3.42 nationwide. industry analysts attribute the rise to maintenance at the refineries, low inventories, and rising oil prices. >> "the wall street journal" says hackers with possible ties to the chinese government broke into its computer system. the newspaper says cyber spies were trying to monitor its coverage to china. on wednesday night "the new york times" reported it was the
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target of chinese cyber spying. >> and the justice department is sueing to stop a $20 million merger between anheuser-busch inbev and grupo modelo the maker of co-rona beer. grupo modelo is the third largest. the justice department says the merger would lead to higher beer prices. a lot of people would be unhappy about that. >> no one wants to hear that this close to the super bowl, even though it wouldn't affect it, especially with chicken wigs going up too. ashley morrison here in new york. thank you, ashley. well, some -- to some they are more popular than the game. coming up, we'll take a look at this year's super bowl commercials and how they're changing. er bowl commercials and how they're changing. favorite recipes? just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo. or best-ever meatloaf. go to for recipes, plus a valuable coupon. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. new york, expect some flurries, the high of 34. miami and chicago, partly sunny, but chicago a chilly 12 degrees. dallas, 63. los angeles, a high of 78. for viewers' attention and spending
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a lot of money to do it. the average cost of 30 seconds of air time during the super bowl is $3.8 million, and that's an increase of nearly 9% from last year. despite that high cost many of this year's sponsors are putting their ad campaigns in the hands of their viewers. vinita nair is in new orleans with more on that. good morning, vinita. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie, that's right. super bowl advertisers are starting to embrace social media, and they're realizing all the tweeters and the bloggers out there can help extend those pricey 30-second ads. it's been 30 years since apple's big ads revolutionalized it. it symbolizes empowerment and a generation later they're handing their biggest showcase to their audience. >> people are going to be more involved than they ever have been before in terms of crowd sourcing and social media and actually voting on the outcome of ads. >> reporter: for a seventh
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straight year doritos will air a commercial made and submitted by fans and selected by online votes, but they're more than just a means of saving money. >> consumers trust other consumers more than they do companies, and so featuring consumers is a way to get closer to them. >> reporter: the participation will be in realtime during the game. viewers will be asked to vote on how a race in this ad for coke will end. the winner will be revealed in a commercial at the end of the game. ♪ >> reporter: another trend, getting the ad out before the game. about half of this year's 30 advertisers are leasing teasers of their commercials to generate buzz before they air. in an interview with "cbs this morning," taco bell ceo greg creed said he hopes people share a sneak peek of his company's super bowl ad. >> we've got 10 billion facebook fans. if you live in a social world,
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we love to share. i think you're going to find, stop, stop, a taco bell ad's coming. >> everything will be all right. yeah, man. >> reporter: but getting the ad out early generated some negative attention for volkswagen. some people called this commercial, a whiekt actor speaking with a jay man kay accident offensive but they responded by endorsing the ad. now, according to youtube the early teaser videos that were put out before the super bowl, they averaged 9 million hits. anne-marie, the ones put out the day of the super bowl last year those had just a million. >> just a million. you've got to to get your money's worth. vinita nair in new orleans. well, you can watch all of those ads and, of course, the game this sunday right here on cbs. our kick-off begins at 6:00 p.m. eastern and "cbs this morning" will be broadcasting from jackson square in new orleans this morning. when we return lip service.
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bullying video just turned into a huge p-r problem for the 49-ers. plus - making the transition from mardi gras to super bowl. signs that new orleans is turning into a huge football town. and what about those fans? the search for die-hard members of the 49-er faithful. join us for cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's friday february 1
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here's a look at today's forecast in some of the cities around the country. warks pretty nasty, showers and windy, high of 36. atlanta and st. louis, partly sunny, but st. louis, just 26 the high. denver, mostly sunny, 51. 51 in seattle as well. the former head of an iowa brokerage firm was sentenced to 50 years in prison after admitting he stole $250 million from his commodities investors. russell wasendorf senior was in court on thursday. the company he founded peregrine. the peregrine financial group
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ultimately collapsed. wasendorf apologized to his victims before he was sentenced. beyonce's performance of "the star-spangled banner" before the president's inauguration raised questions on whether she lip-synched the song. on thursday the singer answered her critics. mark strassmann reports. lip-synced the >> reporter: beyonce's rendition of the "national anthem" at president obama's inauguration was perfect, so perfect many people believed she was lip synching to recorded music. leaders of the marine corps band admit thad i were not playing but the pop superstar said nothing. ♪ and the rocket's red glare the bombs bursting in air gave proof through the night that a flag was still there ♪ >> reporter: when it was over --
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>> any questions? >> reporter: she said at the inauguration she had, in fact sung along to a prerecorded track. >> i did not have time to rehearse with the orchestra. it was a live television show. it was about the president and the inauguration and i wanted to make him and my country proud. >> reporter: beyonce promised she will sing live during the super bowl halftime show. she will not sing the "national anthem." mark strassmann, cbs news. coming up after your local news from new orleans special guest eli manning and jack and jackie harbaugh. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." well, today new york's grand harbaugh. i'm anne-marie green. th i'm here with daphne oz, a model of healthy habits. so daphene, do you eat activia. i do it's always in my fridge. and you know activia isn't just for minor digestive issues. exactly, it's also important for my overall well being because it helps regulate my digestive system. and when you feel good on the inside it shows on the outside!
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well, today new york's grand central terminal marked its 100th anniversary. a rededication ceremony will be held this morning to honor the transportation icon. seth doane got an inside look at this historic building from a
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man who seems to hold all the answers. >> reporter: it's an architectural marvel, frozen in time, spanning 69 acres, with 125-foot ceilings, 75-foot windows, and italian marble floors. it's been called a temple to transportation. >> the entire population of the entire state of alaska walks through here every day. >> reporter: danny brucker has been giving animated tours through grand central for years. >> it's a palace that celebrates the everyday person walking through here. it was built for them. who doesn't love that. >> reporter: most people don't think of train station as a palace. >> first of all it's a terminal. never say station. it's a terminal because trains terminate here. it is beautiful. it is a celebration of train transportation that established and built this nation. >> reporter: grand central terminal was built after a 1902 train crash killed 15 people and
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sparked the cry to move trains under the busy streets of new york city. that required a technological advance, electricity. >> which is why as we look behind us, nothing but bare-naked light bulbs bates was to shout out that this train system was all electric. >> reporter: by the early 1960s the district had fallen in total disrepair. the owner wanted to knock it down and replace it with an office building. which is what happened to the iconic pennsylvania station across town. but a famous american came to its rescue. >> i think we all realize how important it is to save these great and beautiful buildings. >> it wasn't until jacqueline kennedy onassis joined that fight, and the fight took years and the supreme court established the landmark conservancy act which saved it. >> reporter: that ruling cemented the landmark laws
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across the country. on his tour, brucker highlights the building's secrets. a tennis court on the fourth floor was once the studios for cbs news. >> cbs news quarters in new york. >> reporter: the centerpiece is in the middle of the 22,000-square-foot concourse. >> every face of that clock is made out of a precious piece of solid opal, a solid jewel. it's been valued at between $10 million to $20 million. talk about a precious gift of time, there it is. >> reporter: seth doane, cbs news. coming up after your local news, a special edition of "cbs this morning" live from new orleans. security on super bowl sunday. john miller looks at the massive effort by local, federal, and state agencies. plus jack and jackie harbaugh whose sons will be coaching against each other on game day. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning. good morning everyone, it's friday. finally, the first day of february. i'm frank mallicoat here in the bay area. >> and here in new orleans, i'm michelle griego, counting down to super bowl xlvii. did you say finally friday frank. >> i think i did. we're getting close. you're probably anxious, too, to watch a little football and the harbaughs, the brothers, i think they had dinner on wednesday night but finally going to be in the same room, the same press conference talking about the game. >> reporter: that's right, i wonder what they were talking about over dinner by the way. yes, that news conference is scheduled for later this
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morning, 6:30 california time. should be interesting to see what the two brothers have and let's take a look at the super dome. this is where all of the action is going to be on sunday, just a few days from now. we're counting down to that big game and by the way, this is the first super bowl where both brothers are the head coaches, so it makes it i think even a little more emotional. now, they are scheduled as i said to have a news conference at a downtown hotel. they're going to share a podium, and we will have to see what they say. now, coming up, we ran into a former 49er along the streets of new orleans, joe montana, you have to hear what he has to say frank. >> sounds good, thank you very much. let's kick it over to lawrence now, find out what's cooking in the weather world. i have some great weather coming our way on this friday. yesterday giving you a taste, plenty of sunshine outside and out there right now, we are looking good. a little hazy, check

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